Keeping Company

Keeping Company

UPDATED: January 20, 2023

I provide family therapy, (through ) from a trauma based and attachment focused perspective that supports social engagement, self-regulation and self-awareness around physiological states associated with the autonomic nervous system. My clinical interventions target restoring safety and regulation so that the family environment supports all members in an ecosystem, if you will, that is conducive to growth and healing. As a coach and social justice advocate, (, I also teach autistic individuals, parents and family members how to down regulate threat and defensive reactions to shift to physiological states of calmness that facilitate social engagement and connection. This work also includes education around advocacy that shifts focus on impairments or differences of the individual to their strengths and targets environmental barriers such as derogatory attitudes and social exclusion as ways of helping to improve the quality of life for autistic individuals and their families.

I am certified as an Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist and have extensive training in EMDR and other trauma based interventions that can be utilized virtually or accessed digitally to add convenience and comfort to your experience. To be supportive of families, I offer single sessions around single goals, free support workshops/webinars as well as more conventional sessions. You are welcome to explore how I might meet your needs in a free video/phone consult.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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Keeping Company
7220 N. 16th Street; Suite G
Phoenix, AZ 85020
United States



(602) 691-6560



Meira Greenfeld

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